Eassa is a Syrian freelance photographer, born in Damascus in 1995 and until early 2018 based in Hammouria, Eastern Ghouta. Eassa started his career in photojournalism as a self-taught freelance photographer in 2013, covering life under siege, documenting the carnage and destruction resulting from near-daily airstrikes and bombardments. During the five years that he lived under siege in his city.
A Refugee in France based in Paris, focusing now on social issues and news coverage.
Nominees, Publications and Awards
-The winner of Humanitarian Visa d'or Award in 2019 with “The unhoped-for End to the Siege”
- Pictures of the year international: 3rd place at Spot news Category in 2018.
International Photo Contest Educating The Eye 2019: First Prize with as normal as it gets.
- Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award: Nominated at Young war report Category in 2018.
- Free Press Awards: Nominated at Most Resilient Journalist in 2018.
-International Photography Awards: 2ed and 3rd place at War/conflict Category in 2018.